Well as a kid I guess I wasn't to bright! I was in 6th grade 12 years old I think and I was at my buddies house down the street, there were 3 or 4 of us there and we were just hanging out and talking in my friends bedroom. Anyway he told us he had a bunch of smoke bombs that his older brother got him. All different colored ones, well one thing let to another and we all thought it would be a good idea to set them off, but to set them off in his bed room and make a contest out of it and see who could stay in the bedroom full of smoke the longest! So so my buddy went and got some matches and he started lighting them off! To make a long story short I guess his mom seen the red, green, and blue smoke coming out from underneath the door, and she
opened up the door screaming and all of us kids come scrambling out of his room coughing and sneezing and we ran out of his house and down the street to home. We all thought for sure we were going to be in big trouble. Well a short time later he called us all up and told us we better get back over to his house,right away or his mom was going to call our folks! So we all came over, and his mom lectured us real good, WOW was she mad and upset! Well she gave us a couple of big buckets with Spic n Span in it, and some wash cloths and we all had to scrub down everything in his room, floor, walls just about
everything! Who would have thought 4 or 5 different colored smoke bombs would have left such a mess in a 10' by 10' room! There was a film of different colors on everything!
I never really got into any really bad trouble or anything as a kid, but I guess I did do some pretty stupid and down right crazy things!
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